Council to vote on historic preservation program


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The City of Sedalia may become a Certified Local Government if approved during tonight’s Sedalia City Council meeting.

Council heard a presentation about CLG in June from Bill Hart, executive director of Missouri Preservation. He spoke to council about the many benefits of becoming a CLG, including an economic impact from tourism and enhanced business recruitment. The program will help with the historic preservation of the city.

During today’s meeting, council will review an ordinance re-numbering Article III of Chapter 64 of the Code of Ordinances regarding Planned Unite Development in its entirety. According to the meeting packet, it is necessary to renumber these sections of the city’s code before the CLG ordinance can be implemented.

Council will also review an ordinance adding Sections 64-50 to 64072 to Article II of Chapter 64 of the Code of Ordinances regarding Certified Local Government and adding Division 14, Section 2-685 establishing the Sedalia Historic Preservation Committee.

“The adoption of Sedalia as a CLG has been reviewed and considered for many years,” notes from City Administrator Gary Edwards state. “Sedalia is one of the few cities of its size without a CLG designation.”

Additionally, Mayor Steve Galliher will present nominations for appointments to the Sedalia Historic Preservation Commission.

The council will present service awards to Linda Johnson, Finance Department senior court clerk, for 35 years of service; Gary Gerken, Maintenance Department building maintenance supervisor, for 25 years of service, Ricky McKnight, airport attendant, for 10 years of service; Anthony Beck, Sanitation Department public works service worker, for five years of service; and Christopher Mittenburg, Street Department equipment operator, for five years of service.

Special awards will also be presented to the July 2015 Yard of the Month Contest winners.

During the meeting council will also:

• Review an ordinance amending Section 30-132 of the Code of Ordinances relating to disposal of unclaimed personal property in the Sedalia Police Department.

• Review a bid and ordinance approving and accepting an agreement with Agricycle Inc. for the Yard Waste Grinding No. 6 Project.

• Review Change Order No. 2 from Kissick Construction Co. for the Collection System Rehabilitation Phase 1A Project, bid package No. 1, for an increase of $24,691.50 for final quantity adjustments.

• Review change order No. 3 from Spray Com Utilities Inc. for the Collection System Rehabilitation Phase 1A Project, bid package No. 2, for an increase of $20,180 for additional necessary repairs that were found during construction.

• Review an ordinance approving and accepting permanent sanitary sewer easements from MJW LLC at the Galaxy Theatre.

• Review an ordinance approving and accepting a pipeline crossing agreement with Union Pacific Railroad Co. for sanitary sewer purposes relating to the city’s sewer relief project.

• Review Change Order No. 1 from Poort Excavating for the Sidewalk Project on 16th Street from Lamine to Ingram avenues for a decrease of $7,401.30 for final quantity adjustments.

The Sedalia City Council pre-meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the mayor’s conference room with the regular meeting immediately following at 7 p.m. in council chambers at the Municipal Building, 200 S. Osage Ave. For more information, call 827-3000.

Sedalia Democrat
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